I finally caved and decided to make this track an integral part of my recent music collection after my girlfriend made me listen to it repeatedly. While electronic pop artist Niva’s music is typically just on the cusp for me, what with the warm, endearing synth and the sweeping pads, the vocals often come across to me as being a bit too mid-2000’s indie rock. Either way, track five from Feverish Dreams, the second most recent release by Stockholm’s Niva, is a worthwhile game-changer. Oh, and if you’re curious, the bit in “Dizzy Eyes” that pushed me over the edge into full-fledged fandom is the steady, yet subtle woodblock beat. Now you have to listen. Fans of chill indietronic music like Blackbird Blackbird and Passion Pit should enjoy this shining little gem, and the source of said scintillating light is POLY, a massive dump of legit tunes. Aren’t our significant others just wonderful? Do tha right thing as you gleefully download, and make sure that special someone knows just how lovely they are.